TripAdvisor Reviews Plaza Hotel Narathiwat
Travel Blogs from Narathiwat
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Took a small ferry across the river, but was told on the Malaysian side that I cannot possibly ride my bike throughout Malaysia. I explained my predicament to the transport official, how I had spent half a year trying to arrange everything and got to the border two weeks ahead of time to make sure I had some leeway, but I was sent back and ...
... not be scantily clad, even on the beach, and topless sunbathing is strictly forbidden.
-The public display of intimacy between a man and a woman is frowned upon (not even hand holding is allowed).
-The sale of alcohol is forbidden in public places and in state-owned hotels.
Our friendly hostel guide has just steered me in the direction of some ...
... chop our passport with a valid 3-month visa and we felt releaved and exhausted. At 22:00 pm we searched for a hotel and some food and met nice people. It is good to feel the warm hospitality of Malaysian people again.
Next day we drove back to the west coast from where we wanted to enter the first time but this time at the Malaysian side. Some Belgian friends settled down in Penang since 1 month and are waiting us to meet.
... still be asleep and then I can accept toast or cereal, but heavy rice in the morning? Hmmmm, not really in the mood.
09:25 Well the train was due at 918, and I'm still sitting here. The website actually said the train left at 938, so I wonder if it will turn up nearer then.
09:31 Hurrah! It's arrived! I got on my carriage, went to my seat number - a window seat, and found that the 'window' seat was right up against the window partition mostly and the ...
... you a small fortune for it!
We rocked up just in time to see the night market stalls being set up, and many a happy moment was spent perusing the goods. I was very tempted to buy a sparkly headscarf so I could fit in a bit more, but after trying one on I discovered that they're not all that flattering on me, so resorted to buying sweeties, packets of snoopy tissues and moist towelettes instead.
We also popped into the food night ...